Northwestern Medicine scientists have developed a deep learning algorithm accelerating research around diseases and disorders that occur when the process of DNA transcription goes awry.
A new AI tool may make it possible to spare breast cancer patients unnecessary chemotherapy treatments by using a more precise method of predicting their outcomes, reports a new Northwestern Medicine study published in Nature Medicine.
Roger Smith, an eighth-year student in Feinberg’s Medical Scientist Training Program, is developing an artificial intelligence tool to tie up medical loose ends identified in electronic health records.
Northwestern Medicine scientists have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) tool able to interpret chest X-rays with accuracy rivalling that of a human radiologist, according to findings published in JAMA Network Open.
Northwestern experts weigh in on how ChatGPT has and will continue impact biomedical research, and how artificial intelligence can be used to support the advancement of science and medicine.
Integrating social determinants of health helped mitigate bias when predicting long-term outcomes for heart failure patients, according to a Northwestern Medicine study.
In a new study, Northwestern investigators used artificial intelligence to analyze data from a wide variety of tissues, and discovered that the length of genes can explain most molecular-level changes that occur during aging.
The Institute for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (I.AIM) has established the Center for Collaborative AI in Healthcare, with the mission of advancing artificial intelligence science, engineering and translation throughout healthcare specialties and create a positive impact on precision medicine.
Northwestern basic scientists are leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning to untangle complex intracellular processes.
Northwestern investigators have developed a deep learning-based method that can predict cognitive function capacity based on brain shape and structure, detailed in a study published in Scientific Reports.